Browse Interviews (26 total)

Employee of the Louisville Varnish Co.

E.J. Henry was a longtime employee at the Louisville Varnish Company. Here he discusses Patrick H. Callahan's work in the company, his politics, and travels. Mr. Henry also talks about his career and profit-sharing.

Charles Boldrick was a close friend of Patrick H. Callahan. In this interview he shares Callahan's political views, travels, and Catholicism in Kentucky.

Charles Langley was an employee and secretary of the Louisville Varnish Company. In this interview he discusses business, the profit-sharing plan, and other paint companies in Louisville.

Employee of Louisville Varnish Co.

Frank Kysela was a salesman for the Louisville Varnish Company. Here he details P.H Callahan's life and career.

Mrs. Lenihan was the daughter of Sam Boldrick and a close friend to the Callahan family.

Edith Callahan was the daughter of Patrick H. Callahan. Here she reflects on her father, the varnish company, and culture.

Loretta Vormbrock was a secretary of Patrick H. Callahan. She discusses working with Callahan and reviews photographs of the Louisville Varnish Company's history

Former Secretary at Louisville Varnish

Former Ombudsman

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Retired Reporter and City Editor of the Louisville Courier Journal

Retired reporter and editor John Herchenroeder discusses the Binghams and notable cases.

John Herchenroeder was a reporter for the Courier-Journal. In this interview he discusses some of his notable stories, from bank failures during the Great Depression and the Stoll kidnapping.

Barry Bingham Sr. was the editor and publisher of the Courier-Journal. In this interview his discusses his father, Robert W. Bingham, who bought the paper in 1918.

Barry Bingham Sr. was the editor and publisher of the Courier-Times. In this interview he discusses his fathers leadership and health, national and city politics, and inheriting the paper.

Lieutenant-Governor of Kentucky Wilson Wyatt discusses Robert W. Bingham and the Courier-Journal.

Retired Publisher of the Courier-Journal and Times

John Herchenroeder was a reporter for the Courier-Journal and the Louisville Times. He discusses Louisville politics, the Ohio river, and the newspaper business.

Barry Bingham Sr. was the editor and publisher of the Courier-Journal. In this interview he discusses his family, politics, and rumors.

Mr. John Herchenroeder was a journalist for the Courier-Journal and the Louisville Times. In this interview he discusses former owner of the Courier Robert W. Bingham.

Barry Bingham Sr. was the owner and editor of the Courier-Journal and the Louisville Times. In this interview he shares his family's history in North Carolina and Louisville and addresses some rumors that surround the Binghams.

Mr. Charles Hamilton was a longtime salesman for the Louisville Varnish Company. In this interview he discusses his work, relationship to Patrick H. Callahan, and notable events throughout his career.
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